G5167 τρυγών - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
τρυγών
the turtle-dove
Dodson:
τρυγών
a turtle-dove.
Strong's:
τρυγών
akin to G5149, but denoting a duller sound); a turtle-dove (as cooing)
Derivation: from τρύζω (to murmur;

KJV Usage: turtle-dove.

G5149
TBESG:
τρυγών
dove
G:N-F
τρυγών, -όνος, ἡ
(< τρύζω, to murmur, coo), [in LXX for תּוֹר ;]
a turtle-dove: Luk.2:24.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) turtledove


τρυγών
trugōn
troo-gone'
From τρύζω truzō (to murmur; akin to G5149, but denoting a duller sound); a turtle dove (as cooing)

KJV Usage: turtle-dove.


View how G5167 τρυγών is used in the Bible

One occurence of G5167 τρυγών

Luke 2:24 of turtledoves,

Distinct usage

1 of turtledoves,

Corresponding Hebrew Words

trugon H8447 tor


Related words

G5167 τρυγών

G5176 τρώγω
τρώγω
trōgō
tro'-go
Probably strengthened from a collateral form of the base of G5134 and G5147 through the idea of corrosion or wear; or perhaps rather of a base of G5167 and G5149 through the idea of a craunching sound; to gnaw or chew, that is, (genitive case) to eat

KJV Usage: eat.


G5149 τρίζο

τρίζο
trizo
trid'-zo
Apparently a primary verb; to creak (squeak), that is, (by analogy) to grate the teeth (in frenzy)

KJV Usage: gnash.


G5134 τραῦμα
τραῦμα
trauma
trow'-mah
From the base of τιτρώσκω titrōskō (to wound; akin to the base of G2352, G5147, G5149, etc.); a wound

KJV Usage: wound.


G5176 τρώγω
τρώγω
trōgō
tro'-go
Probably strengthened from a collateral form of the base of G5134 and G5147 through the idea of corrosion or wear; or perhaps rather of a base of G5167 and G5149 through the idea of a craunching sound; to gnaw or chew, that is, (genitive case) to eat

KJV Usage: eat.


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